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sexuality 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌsekSHo͞oˈalitē/,
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sexualities, plural;
  1. Capacity for sexual feelings
    • - she began to understand the power of her sexuality
  2. A person's sexual orientation or preference
    • - people with proscribed sexualities
  3. Sexual activity


  1. sex: the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of their reproductive roles; "she didn't want to know the sex of the foetus"
  2. (sexual) intimate: involved in a sexual relationship; "the intimate (or sexual) relations between husband and wife"; "she had been intimate with many men"; "he touched her intimate parts"
  3. (sexually) with respect to sexuality; "sexually ambiguous"
  4. Sexuality is the third studio album by French artist Sébastien Tellier, released on 25 February 2008. The album was produced by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, who is best known as one of the members of Daft Punk.
  5. In biology, sex is a process of combining and mixing genetic traits, often resulting in the specialization of organisms into a male or female variety (known as a sex). Sexual reproduction involves combining specialized cells (gametes) to form offspring that inherit traits from both parents. ...
  6. Most variations of Buddhism do not go much into details of right and wrong regarding sexuality and other activities of life. The historical Buddha advised his students to avoid sexual misconduct, but at the same time largely avoided defining sexuality. ...
  7. “Sexuality” is a 2006 single by Mathplanete featuring Edyta Górniak.
  8. Gender identity (otherwise known as core gender identity) is the gender(s), or lack thereof, a person self-identifies as. It is not necessarily based on biological fact, either real or perceived, nor is it always based on sexual orientation. ...
  9. Sexual orientation describes a pattern of emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction to men, women, both genders, neither gender, or another gender. ...
  10. (sexual) of or relating to having sex (as in verb phrase usage; e.g. sexual reproduction); of or relating to the sex of an organism (as in concrete noun usage; e.g. male or female); of or relating to sexuality (as in abstract noun usage; e.g. sexual behavior)
  11. (sexualism) The belief that one set of sexual behaviors is intrinsically superior to another set of sexual behaviors; Sexual prejudice or discrimination; discrimination against people with a different sexual preference based on that belief
  12. (sexual) a person who does experience sexual attraction
  13. (Sexual) Fusion of male and female gametes to create offspring.
  14. (Sexual) crisis: Bloody discharge from the vagina of the newborn or breast swelling, with or without milk discharge. Normal finding, noted in the first two weeks of life, due to withdrawal of maternal hormones.
  15. (Sexual) dismorphism -  Referring to the difference in colour, size, pattern etc between males and females.
  16. (Sexual) e.g. forcing a person to take part in any sexual activity without his or her consent, including forcing them to participate in conversations of a sexual nature against their will;
  17. (Sexual) functions are procreation and gratification, with regard to behaviors dependent upon the individual's biological sex and gender role identity, including but not limited to courting and mating.
  18. (Sexual) sexually aggressive, experienced. Single status acceptable;
  19. (sexual) requiring mating between different sexes; union of egg and sperm
  20. (sexual) touching can be all of the above and touching of breasts, buttocks and the genitals or genital area. This touching can be obvious or inadvertent grazes or accidental brushing or bumping.
  21. ((sexually)) Use (2h)[4], POs > body, move along fringe lines while wg.
  22. Sexually transmitted diseases
  23. obtaining physical pleasure. A much wider notion than reproduction and one that extends over the entire lifespan. It was apparently Wilhelm Fleiss, an intelligent crank who became Freud's closest friend, who got him thinking about childhood sexuality. See eros.
  24. Term generally used to refer to sexual orientation. In Freudian psychoanalysis, sexuality is formed in the gradual organization of the libidinal drives to focus upon a particular object. ...
  25. Refers to how society views sex and how we feel about ourselves as sexual beings.